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diazepam

[dī′az·ə‚pam]
(pharmacology)
C16H13ClN2O A benzodiazepine with a melting point of 125-126°C; used as a minor tranquilizer to relieve muscle spasms, anxiety, and tension. Also known by trade name Valium.
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He said Woolridge supplied them with morphine and the tranquilliser, diazapam, which were kept in a police station drawer.
Pleaded guilty to stealing meat, worth PS78, from Marks & Spencer on December 2 and possessing diazapam on December 3.
Police also found traces of cannabis and diazapam in Bostock's blood after the collision in Leigh, Gtr Manchester, in March.
Worcester, charged with three counts of improperly storing a firearm, firearm use in a felony, four counts of possession of a firearm without a firearm ID card, possession of heroin with intent to distribute, possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, possession of clonazapam and diazapam with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, and possession of trazadeone, seroquel, and ibuprofen with intent to distribute, continued to Nov.
Laura Fryer, 23, of Stilthouse Grove, Rubery, should have appeared for sentence at Stafford Crown Court for possessing morphine and diazapam with intent to supply.
Elsewhere in the house they found 338 diazapam tablets.
But the 40-year-old got more than he bargained for when he was immediately arrested and charged with supplying a controlled drug and possession of diazapam.
One woman who has been taking Diazapam regularly for nine years following the death of her son, said: "I'd go out of my mind if I was told I couldn't have tranquilisers any more.